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The Development of Young Players By Tom Reidy. Today’s programme 09:15-10:15 Theory on court 10:15-10:45 Preparation Work for ages 5-8 10:45-11:00 Break.

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1 The Development of Young Players By Tom Reidy

2 Today’s programme 09:15-10:15 Theory on court 10:15-10:45 Preparation Work for ages :45-11:00 Break 11:15-12:30 On-Court training for U11-U13 players 12:30-13:30 Lunch 13:30-15:00 On–Court training for U15-U17 players 15:00-15:15 Break 15:15 -16:30 Doubles Training for U15-U17 players 16:30-17:15 Muscle Action Quality Training for U13-Senior players (MAQ) 17:15-17:45 Questions

3 The Development of Young Players Correct training at the correct age. Correct training at the correct age. Right trainer at the right age. Educating our trainers (first trainer is the most important) on the physiological and mental process of how children develop Right trainer at the right age. Educating our trainers (first trainer is the most important) on the physiological and mental process of how children develop Looking 3-5 years ahead in organising the different areas like strokes, footwork etc. Looking 3-5 years ahead in organising the different areas like strokes, footwork etc. Our experiences from practice & tournaments (Euros U19 + Kelly/Richard etc) Our experiences from practice & tournaments (Euros U19 + Kelly/Richard etc) WBU relationship with the clubs WBU relationship with the clubs Parents’ education Parents’ education

4 hour rule To compete internationally at a high level it requires a minimum of hours of intense training- 3 hours training everyday for 10 years. To compete internationally at a high level it requires a minimum of hours of intense training- 3 hours training everyday for 10 years. European players 26 years European players 26 years China 18.5 years China 18.5 years

5 Age related training years 5-8 years old 5-8 years old * main focus is on motor skill training. * main focus is on motor skill training. * ABC very receptive = Agility, balance & coordination exercises * difficulty in focusing during long periods (important with the right trainer= first trainer) 8-13 years (U11-U13) 8-13 years (U11-U13) * main focus is on fundamentals in footwork & strokes * very receptive to tune motor skills & sport specific technical work * doesn’t take failure well years (U15-U17) years (U15-U17) * main focus is on technical & more tactical training * receptive for aerobic training & preparation for weight training (growing heart & muscle mass) years (U17-U19) years (U17-U19) * main focus is building up the physical fundamentals * preparation for the transfer into senior badminton – technical, physically and mentally on an individual basis * injury report studies show that kids who have played other sports at an early age have a lower risk of being injured-* 66.2% been injured versus 33.8%

6 Tactical advice Before puberty(8-13years)- tactical advice should be logical & simple. The brain does not understand abstract notions, does not think long term & learn sytematically from experience. Before puberty(8-13years)- tactical advice should be logical & simple. The brain does not understand abstract notions, does not think long term & learn sytematically from experience years (U15-U17)- puberty closes in the brain begins to think logically,operatively & can understand sequences of a game. Caoch can give advice on simple patterns in the game and discuss simple weaknesses & strengths of opponents with the player. Begins to understand rules & regulations years (U15-U17)- puberty closes in the brain begins to think logically,operatively & can understand sequences of a game. Caoch can give advice on simple patterns in the game and discuss simple weaknesses & strengths of opponents with the player. Begins to understand rules & regulations years (U17-U19)- can think systematically and learn from experiences on court. Start to do more in depth analysis of their own game, can make tactical changes and relate to the setting up of training goals & methods years (U17-U19)- can think systematically and learn from experiences on court. Start to do more in depth analysis of their own game, can make tactical changes and relate to the setting up of training goals & methods.

7 Technical stages 5-8 years (U9) Basic technique Body ABC (Agility/Balance/Coordination) Body ABC (Agility/Balance/Coordination) Basic technique – grip/hit/throw/catch/kick Basic technique – grip/hit/throw/catch/kick 8-13 (U11-U13) Train All the basic shots Intro to all basic technique. Important that all basic strokes are practised at some point. Intro to all basic technique. Important that all basic strokes are practised at some point. Important that a central grip/technique is developed in order to have the ability to create new strokes/ increase the level Important that a central grip/technique is developed in order to have the ability to create new strokes/ increase the level (U15-U17) Tempo/Accuracy/Deception Tempo brought into the excercises + the accuracy Tempo brought into the excercises + the accuracy Start training more shots in the players’ own category – doubles & mxd Start training more shots in the players’ own category – doubles & mxd (U17-U19) Speed/Power, Deception, Consistency & Individualistaion

8 How do we do it on court? The technical ladder/start at level 1 and work up- (Technique plan) The technical ladder/start at level 1 and work up- (Technique plan) Perfect practice- every practice as good as it can be (how to practice). Denmark’s model with parents feeding on Saturdays??? Perfect practice- every practice as good as it can be (how to practice). Denmark’s model with parents feeding on Saturdays??? Primary focus areas (individualised trainer) Primary focus areas (individualised trainer) Making the player his own help trainer/trainer (how to think badminton) Making the player his own help trainer/trainer (how to think badminton)

9 Swedish Talent Plan 6-9 years TrainingTechnicalTacticalPhysicalMentallyLifestyleTournaments Training weekly RecruitmentBasics Timing + loose tight Grip (holding with fingers) Underarm rotation FH & BH movements Using the court Short & long game 1-3 shots ABC focus Jumping, running & throwing Other sports Learning the rules Respect What is a training? Fun training with goals in mind Regional + Saturday training with parents One a month 2-4 hours Badminton 6-7 other activity (Athletics/ Dance/Gym nastics)

10 Swedish Talent Plan 9-12 years TrainingTechnicalTacticalPhysicalMentallylifestyleTournament Training weekly Develop all basic skills Good motor skills & ABC All Basic shots (follow the monthly plan) Introduction to stroke placement & variation Placement of shots Basics in singles & doubles Intro. Positioning of feet & double positioning (1-3 shots) Medicine boll MAQ training Working on weaknesses Testing Encouraging 2 sports Intro to mental training & preparation How to focus Understanding diet & warming up/cooling down Regional + National 2 a month 3-6 hours 5-6 other sports

11 Swedish Talent Plan years TrainingTechnicalTacticalPhysicalMentallylifestyleTournament Training weekly Intro. to physical Aerobic Weights body weight + MAQ More specific Developing shots (monthly plan) Training Deception Working on shorter stroke Rebound effect Reading opponents (analizing sheets) Using his/her strengths Playing on weaknesses Good tactical ablilty in singles & doubles Accelerated Training Individualized plan Intro. To free weights Regular testing Core work Developing good training habits Making future decisions (coach role a deciding factor + results) Diet Recovery methods/plan Future plans National + intern. Regional 2-3 monthly 7-10 hours 3-4 other activity

12 DBF Plan U13U15*U17*U17 Compulsory or FlexibleFlex.Flex.Comp.Comp. Hall Training 3 x 1.5 hours 4 x 1.5 hours 4 x 2 hours Indiv. Training 1 x 1 hours 1 x 1.5 hours 1 x x 1 hours Conditioning00 2 x.5 hours 2 x.75 Strength 2 x.5 hours 2 x.75 hours 12 months (All year round) NoNoComp.Comp. Training & Comp. Plan NoNoComp.Comp. Total Hours 6.5 hours 7.5 hours 10 hours 12 hours Compared to last season


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